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Poster: Ocelotl Date: Jul 10, 2005 1:39pm
Forum: other_minds Subject: where are downloadable versions?

After a wonderful few months exploring the Other Minds archive, I've now found that only streaming versions seem to be available, even of items that were available as mp3 and flac downloads just a couple oif weeks ago... have licensing arrangements changed or is this a temporary thing?

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Poster: nonnom Date: Jul 11, 2005 9:36am
Forum: other_minds Subject: Re: where are downloadable versions?

yes where are they (the dls), its not good having people stream things all the time, what if they want to re-listen to something?, it would be waste of world bandwidth.

what if someone was dying and could not get online because of all the people streaming programmes they had already heard from the internet archive?, no-one wants this to happen do they, put the dl`s back and save a life

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Poster: nonnom Date: Jul 11, 2005 9:40am
Forum: other_minds Subject: Re: where are downloadable versions?

and sort out your message board thing, it just told me there was an error when i posted my message so ive ended up posting two (now three), another example of wasted bandwidth, anyone would think the internet grows on trees with the way it is used sometimes.